imowa Curriculum Materials

The Writing Process and Technology
Title Content Authors Year State Workshop Files
Sample from The Writing Process and Technology curriculum Provides a sample of this curriculum for anyone visiting the imowa site. Access to the complete curriculum is restricted to those who have registered as a member of the imowa site. Dr. Gene Baer, Mount Mary College;
Dr. Martin Moldenhauer, Wisconsin Lutheran College;
Dr. Kristi Siegel
2000 WI CIC Traveling Workshop Word .doc (943KB)
Acrobat® PDF (72KB)
The Writing Process and Technology Table of Contents The process writing approach is based upon research that has identified the activities that fluent writers use to produce effective written communication. The curriculum is divided into the three steps proficient writers tend use: (a) prewriting, (b) writing/drafting and (c) rewriting/editing/revision/proofreading. It guides the student through the three steps, providing exercises and examples. The "Technology" component of the curriculum provides instructions for how to use the features of Internet-based software and Microsoft Word to assist in the writing process.
Note: The distribution of this material is limited to those who have registered as members of the imowa site.
Dr. Gene Baer, Mount Mary College;
Dr. Martin Moldenhauer, Wisconsin Lutheran College;
Dr. Kristi Siegel
2000 WI CIC Traveling Workshop HTML document
Word .doc (62KB)
Acrobat® PDF (12KB)
The Writing Process and Technology Zip File This file includes the entire curriculum in a single file to be downloaded and unzipped on your computer
Note: The distribution of this material is limited to those who have registered as members of the imowa site.
Dr. Gene Baer, Mount Mary College;
Dr. Martin Moldenhauer, Wisconsin Lutheran College;
Dr. Kristi Siegel
2000 WI CIC Traveling Workshop Zipped file (6,296KB)
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